Introduced by Sarah Perry, the best-selling author of The Essex Serpent. Uncanny. Mysterious. Eerie. Gothic. It draws us in with its air of mystery and repels us with its violence and darkness. But who were the first practitioners of the now-prevalent genre?
It is 1918 and Dracula is commander-in-chief of the armies of Germany and Austria-Hungary. As ever the Diogenes Club is at the heart of British Intelligence and Charles Beauregard and his protege Edwin Winthrop go head-to-head with the lethal vampire flying machine that is the Bloody Red Baron...
A brand new collection of chilling stories by master of horror Kim Newman, in which Jack the Ripper still stalks the streets, Frankenstein's monster rises from the Arctic ice, and the terrifying legacy of Dr Jeyll and Mr Hyde haunts fog-shrouded London.
Troubled journalist Michael Wilde takes on a commission to write a feature about a remote research station deep in the frozen beauty of Antarctica. On a diving expedition in the polar sea he discovers two bodies encased in ice. As the ice around them begins to thaw, the mystery of these time-bound lovers begins to unravel.
It began with a dazzling vision of the sun. And for Henry Fitzroy, that was the worst vision of all. Sunlight never features high on a vampire's list of daydreams. But for Vicki Nelson, P.I., one hallucinatory vampire hardly warrants a drop-everything-case, even if they were sometimes lovers. Or so she thought at the time.